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gervaise1 said:And then there is AR. Which - to me - seems to have greater potential at this stage. Google Glass is sort of in the background at the moment but Microsoft are pushing their Hololens technology. For businesses as well as consumers. Even with MS pushing though - remember when MS started pushing touch screens? But who knows maybe (AR) Minecraft or (AR) Autodesk will have an Avatar type impact. (In businesses AR Autodesk and other products could (I suspect will) catch on).
Someone mentioned affordable above and I have to ask how is the PS VR bundle not affordable? It's the cheapest I've seen any VR yet and it comes with a ton of extras to make the whole thing work. Every other VR headset out there is a good $300+ more and that's without being in a bundle with all the other accessories one will need to even use them.Reading back through the posts, it seems none of you are aware of the Playstation VR headset coming out in October. The bundle is $499, you can preorder now, helping offset the cost by paying for it between now and then, this is via Gamestop by the way. It includes the PS camera, PS move controllers, stereo headphones, cables, a demo disc and VR Worlds disc, plus the device needed to process the headset itself. That's quite an awesome bundle in my opinion.
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